Webinars

 

Webinars 

USPG Partners in Global Mission Webinar: Disease Pandemics and Innovations in Care

Thursday 8 October 2020

 

The next USPG Partners in Global Mission Webinar takes place on Thursday 8 October 2020 at 2pm (British Summer Time).

The speakers at this webinar are: 

  • The Right Reverend Shirlene Abigail Carew, Personal Assistant  to the Bishop, Priest  Curate at the church of the Holy Trinity , Kissy Road Anglican Dioceses of Freetown, Sierra Leone.
  • The Reverend Canon Grace Kaiso, Theologian and an ordained Minister in the Anglican Church, Senior Advisor to the Anglican Alliance and former General Secretary of the Council of the Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA).
  • The Right Reverend Erick Ruwona, Bishop of Manicaland, Church of the Province of Central Africa.
  • The Reverend Canon Prof Gideon Byamugisha, Team Leader Theology, Ethics and Spirituality for Ending AIDS Faster, Smarter and Better;  Founder, African Network of Religious Leaders Living with or Personally Affected by HIV/AIDS.

There will be an opportunity for breakout room discussions to reflect on what we may learn from what we have heard.

All are welcome. Click here to register

If you would like to be informed of future webinars, please email Gwen Mtambirwa, Mission Engagement Co-ordinator: gwenm@uspg.org.uk


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